Greek verbs, irregular and defective; their forms, meaning and quantity: embracing all the tenses used by the Greek writers, with references to the passages in which they are found;
Publisher Oxford : Clarendon Press
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Call number SRLF:LAGE-3400029
Digitizing sponsor MSN
Book contributor University of California Libraries
Collection cdl; americana
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May 5, 2015
Highly recommended for intermediate to advanced students
Outstanding example of predigital scholarship. Not a book for beginners but for experienced philologists (by which I mean dedicated students of indo european languages generally).
Also, like many volumes now first available (to many) only in digital form, this book deserves to be reprinted as physical text for convenient access. For the experienced classicist, every page reaches out to the whole of Greek literature (and ideas et al).
May 9, 2008
An Extraordinary Dictionary
This dictionary is necessary for everyone who works with Greek texts. Thanks to this dictionary hardly any verb-form stays a mystery. A great advantage of this book is that it considers not only attic forms but also forms of other Greek dialects. This dictionary is not only complete (as much as it can be) but also very conveniet in use. This extraordinary dictionary is a perfect complement to Liddell-Scott Greek-English Lexicon.